A very good hotel with friendly staff. Location is excellent. Very near to Goetheplatz. Rooms are clean. Excellent breakfast. One thing I did not like was that the wash hand basin was in the bedroom itself! The worst thing of all was that there was no telephone in the room. When I asked the receptionist he insisted that I can use my smartphone to contact the reception as they do not provide room service and consequently they were phasing out all landlines in the rooms. I complained that one cannot possibly use his smartphone in case of illness or accident in the room. Besides, the smartphone could easily be out of charge! I have never been to any hotel without a telephone in the room. Some hotels even provide an emergency phone in the shower. It is a pity that the hotel lacks this amenity as otherwise I had absolutely nothing to complain about. They even lent us an ironing board and printed out our boarding cards. Please do some fine tuning and refrain from pulling out the phones from the rooms!
Situated in Munich, Bavaria Boardinghouse offers self-catering accommodation with free WiFi. The property features views of the city and is 400 metres from Oktoberfest - Theresienwiese.A microwave and a toaster can be found in the kitchen. Towels and bed linen are offered at Bavaria Boardinghouse. There is a private bathroom with a shower.Staatstheater am Gärtnerplatz is 1.8 km from Bavaria Boardinghouse, while Karlsplatz (Stachus) is 1.8 km away. The nearest airport is Munich Airport, 31 km from the property.
We spent three nights in the Bold Hotel Munich Center. Major benefits of this hotel are: 1. Location. About 20 minutes walk from the main station it was perfect as we arrived by train and did several day trips. The city centre is also not too far to walk, otherwise a very short train ride away. 2. Rooms. The rooms were spacious and comfortable. They are quite simple in their design however for those that are spending their days out and about, they’re perfect. House keeping did a great job. 3. Laundry on site. They have a pay per use washer and drier on site, which was very useful. Downside is that the immediate street the hotel is on is a little sp****. The major benefit is a local supermarket, bakery and a couple of restaurants. Having said that, given that getting into the city centre is so simple, this is really no issue.
Situated in Munich, Bavaria region, Hotel Uhland is located a 6-minute walk from Oktoberfest - Theresienwiese. This bed and breakfast offers a garden. The property is set in the Ludwigsvorstadt district and Sendlinger Tor is 900 metres away.Guest rooms at the bed and breakfast come with a seating area and a flat-screen TV. Free WiFi is available to all guests, while selected rooms also boast a patio. All units have a desk.A buffet breakfast is available daily at the property.Languages spoken at the reception include German and English.Karlsplatz (Stachus) is 1.1 km from Hotel Uhland. The nearest airport is Munich Airport, 30 km from the property.
I hate leaving a terrible review like this but what i am penning down is my experience. Going by the great reviews i booked this hotel on booking.com initially for 2 nights and then since we had another backup plan, made a separate booking for 1 night. About 10 days prior, about 1 euro was deducted for the booking. so i called at the hotel to clarify and the lady said it is just to check whether the card is working. I then explained to her how i would like to cancel the 2 days and stay only for 1 night due to change in plans. she assured me that they will help me to cancel the booking for 2 nights without any charge and to send an email stating what i spoke about. 12 hours later, no email received from thier end but they charged 150 euros for the booking! when i called the lady to clarify, she said now i have no option but to come for two nights. thankfully they did not deduct any money for the separate 1 night booking. after all this when we reached the hotel, one of the person at the reception exclaimed, so we were expecting you only for one night, wonder how you came earlier! what appeared to be a genuine interest in helping a customer was a total farce. the only good things about the hotel is a good spread of breakfast and the proximity to the station. The rooms get pretty warm at night and this was in the beginnig of summer. We did not have a good ending to an otherwise great trip.
Ideally located in the prime touristic area of Sendling, Derag Livinghotel Prinzessin Elisabeth promises a relaxing and wonderful visit. Featuring a complete list of amenities, guests will find their stay at the property a comfortable one. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms, 24-hour front desk, luggage storage, Wi-Fi in public areas, car park are just some of the facilities on offer. Guestrooms are fitted with all the amenities you need for a good night's sleep. In some of the rooms, guests can find complimentary tea, closet, towels, carpeting, wooden/parqueted flooring. Enjoy the hotel's recreational facilities, including fitness center, massage, steamroom, before retiring to your room for a well-deserved rest. No matter what your reasons are for visiting Munich, Derag Livinghotel Prinzessin Elisabeth will make you feel instantly at home.
I would give MINUS 5 STARS if possible! We booked for 5 people for the start of Oktoberfest, for 4 nights. It cost a ridiculous €2000 for 2 rooms, but it was a special occasion for us. We booked through Booking.com, who I point out were very helpful to us......unlike this shower of utter charlatans! Due to a GLOBAL PANDEMIC, all travel has been thrown up in the air, but Centro Mondial couldnt give 2 💩s about that! We did not book Free Cancellation, as it was an additional €700, but due to the lockdowns, quarantines, flight cancellations and the fact that Oktoberfest itself was cancelled, we believed there was something that could be done. We asked if a possible refund could be given, they declined. We even offered to defer the booking till next year, their offer was €300 voucher to be used within a year, meaning it couldnt even be used for next years Oktoberfest! Booking.com asked them to help, they refused. Then they tell us they had offered €600 voucher, which was a lie. They have been hiding behind Booking.com, lying that they cannot refund because of them, whereas Booking.com asked them to refund. ***DO NOT GO NEAR THIS UTTER SESPIT OF A SO CALLED HOTEL, unless you want to get stung! I will be posting on every single media outlet the pathetic "help" that these criminals have offered, profiting off a global pandemic.
I was going to give 1/5 and now I explain why. I book the hotel and write them if they have free parking, they reply “if there spots avaiable”. I arrive at the hotel (i was already in city center of Munchen with my car parked till 11am of the day after) and I park the car in the under level parking. I come up and they tell me its 24€ for the parking. Its 11.30pm I say “I take out the car because I am not going to pay that amount of money for parking which already had before moving to the Hotel”. They say “ I cannot let you out at this hour at night”. I pay the room and say we gonna figure it out tomorrow. The day after I find a girl, very kind which comprehend the issue and let me out without paying a euro. So, good recovery! The hotel is very close to the center of Munchen, the room is pretty basic but you have gym and sauna, parking (24€) but for 70€ its okay for one/two nights in Munchen. Breakfast is 19€.
1) When we called the reception before arriving to ask about the umwelt stickers and where to buy them after 18h the only thing they could tell us was ‘normally it will not be a problem to not have the sticker but I can’t promise’. Not helpful at all, if you work in a touristic hotel please now the local rules 2) On booking it says parking is possible on site, when we arrived there were no places left and we had to go to a public parking 3) At 5am in the middle of the night our fire alarm in the room went off, we were abruptly taken out of our sleep and went scared to the reception. At the reception we told our alarm was going off, the girl rolled with her eyes (!!) and was extremely unfriendly. She took off the fire alarm and left without saying a word. I stopped her to ask for a new one or another room because it was unsafe like this. She told us she doesn’t have a new one and there are no other rooms and then she left without offering any solution. Of course we were unable to sleep the continuation of the night. When we told the staff in the morning what happened the only thing they said was ‘sorry’ and offered no compensation whatever. 4) The hotel is located in an unsafe and dirty neighborhood 5) This hotel is definitely not ‘boutique’ Overall extremely unprofessional and untrained staff. Very unpleasant experience staying here.
Are you looking for affordable and central accommodation in Munich with optimal connections? Then you have come to the right place at the B&B Hotel München Hauptbahnhof. Especially for business travelers or city trips, a stay near the main train station in one of the best located hotels in Munich is ideal.Our modern hotel at Munich Central Station is right in the middle of the city, which makes it easy to get to. Everything is also available for your business concerns, because the location means you can quickly get on the train to get to meetings or Munich Airport.Booking a hotel at Munich Central Station is very easy: either directly here online on the website or via our B&B app.
With a stay at Jugend- und Familienhotel Augustin, you'll be centrally located in Munich, within a 5-minute drive of Theresienwiese and Church of Our Lady (Frauenkirche). This hotel is 2 mi (3.2 km) from Rathaus-Glockenspiel and 2.3 mi (3.7 km) from Viktualienmarkt.Take in the views from a terrace and a garden and make use of amenities such as complimentary wireless Internet access.Quench your thirst with your favorite drink at the bar/lounge. A complimentary buffet breakfast is served daily from 7:00 AM to 10:00 AM.Featured amenities include a 24-hour front desk, multilingual staff, and luggage storage. Self parking (subject to charges) is available onsite.Make yourself at home in one of the 46 air-conditioned guestrooms. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available to keep you connected. Bathrooms with bathtubs or showers are provided. Conveniences include blackout drapes/curtains, and housekeeping is provided daily.
We were looking for a comfy hotel near Munich’s railway station as we were arriving by train and had a business trip to Nuremburg the following day. A quick search confirmed the Hotel Europa fitted the bill nicely. All went well until we got to our room which reeked of cigarette smoke. Fortunately we could open the windows but this sort of problem does not go away quickly. You often read how hotels fine smokers who defy the NO SMOKING ROOM sign – if it was my hotel ,I would have tracked the offender down and slugged a $250 cleaning fee. Housekeeping must have known by the way - but the front desk had no idea. Not a great start. The property is reasonably modern – reminds me of an older Travelodge – and a little tired. Goodies included a fully stocked mini bar, power beside the bed, a couple of chairs and an excellent walk-in shower. The safe instructions are hard to read and there is no iron/board. There is a large lounge/restaurant/bar on the ground floor plus a garden terrace (would be a pleasant spot in summer). We relaxed and enjoyed cocktails at the lounge each evening before dinner from a very limited menu that includes salads, a curry, a burger, skewers and beef ribs. A comprehensive and very tasty breakfast is also served at the restaurant. The staff worked hard to ensure we enjoyed our stay – it’s just a pity a smoker had to spoil the experience.
Very close to the subway station. There are also supermarkets nearby. But the room is small, small, small. Triple room o(╥_╥)o Street front, noisy at night. There is air conditioning, but not enough. Opening the window is noisy and feels unsafe.
I stayed in the hotel only for one night but I was really pleased with the overall experience. Everything looks new and well taken care of, especially in the rooms. The staff is good (not outstanding, just does their job) and I think I’m regards to the price there is nothing to complain. When I arrived I have to point out that the toilets in the reception area were absolutely poorly cleaned which really is sad. The breakfast was a bit loveless and due to corona you had more plastic waste than visiting your favorite (Ironie) fast food place with the car. There was also not much love invested ... is was just a rather practical solution to a common problem. Same in the Lobby, areas that shouldn’t be used by the guests were simply blocked out with chairs and police like do not cross bands ... Not much love invested and on first impression looks like someone rubbed this place recently. But given the fact that corona was present, I felt safe and well taken care. Would come again!
Finally got to stay 4 days in Munich after 2 covid cancellations. The Mercure Alstadt was very good in extending the validty dates for the original voucher cancellations and very thankful for that. The hotel is very clean and having a comfort room with seating area and a free mini bar was very nice. We were on the 5th floor which is very quiet. Plenty of choice for breakfast which is buffet style. Coffee, chocolate and tea is available during the day & evening free of cost from the coffee machine located in the breakfast room. The position of the hotel is perfect for the old town and close to Marianplatz. Less than 10 minutes walk from the S bahn and U bahn stations in Marianplatz and similar walk to Karlsplatz where there are good connections for the trams to venture further afield in Munich. Don’t expect the Mercure to be 5 star but is perfect for seeing the sites in Munich and fully recommended.
The platform booked a room with a sofa bed according to the hotel and platform information, and indicated that it is bringing children. After arriving at the store, the front desk didn't know if there were children staying. It was a bit unpleasant, but the problem was solved quickly. The price provided by Ctrip is particularly good. The breakfast is good. Hotel facilities are very new. Normal stay during the new crown period. Convenient parking, suitable for self-driving. The check-out procedure is simple.
My husband and I stayed at the Relexa Hotel Munchen. Unfortunately, we were two unpleasant situations. The first morning the kindly Receptionist was showing on the computer screen how to get to a tourist place, as I requested, but the manager arrived and rudely started talking to me in German, when I spoke in English that I didn’t understand what she was speaking, she requested the attendant who told me that I couldn't see the computer and kept scolding the girl next to me me like I didn't have there! Nothing polite with a guest! But the most serious happened later. On the 6th morning I left my new wool scarf on one of the shelves in my room. When I returned to the hotel at night, the scarf disappeared. I immediately talked to the receptionist who was currently working and she explained to me that she could do nothing, just left a notice for the manager and the housekeeper to check as soon as they arrived at the hotel the next morning. The next day I warned that I needed to check out early, talked to the receptionist in the morning, he had already know of the case, but said that the responsible people were checking and didn’t have a return about my scarf, so they would send me an e- mail with the answer. I requested to speak with the manager, but she refused to talk to me. I don't know the name of any employee, because contrary to any good customer service, all employees informed me that they are not allowed to say their names. I don’t recommend the hotel Relexa Munchen to anyone they don’t have respect for guests!
My room was small but clean and the breakfast was good. Every interaction I had with the staf was friendly and effcient - no complaints. My particular room had an issue (114) which impacted my stay. On my second night, a green light started blnking on an internal door that either led to the room next door or HVAC/Plumbing. I came down in the morning (wasn't going to do in middle of the night) and informed the front desk who apologized and said it would be handled immediately. My third night the light was still blinking. Being here for work - this greatly impacted my sleep as I could see it clearly from the bed. Not wanting to come off as the stereotypical loud and pushy American, I informed them quitely the problem hadn't been fixed. Saying it would be fixed again, on my final night, the light was much dimmer but still there. Looking back I should have demanded to be moved to another room but I was too busy with work. Would I stay here again? Absolutely, it is right next to the location of my trade show with restaurants, the subway, and shopping down the street. You can get to the city center in 25 minutes. Very friendly staff. My situation was unique and I should have pushed the issue more as, given the events in town, it wasn’t a cheap stay.
Breakfast is included, and the breakfast is rich and good. There is a small cooking table on the side of the entrance. Although the sparrow is small and complete, it has pots, pans and dishwashers. The parking lot is the one with the big hertz written on it. The hotel sign is relatively small and I didn't see it. It was only found on the day of picking up the car. We parked by mistake and parked in the parking lot of the next motel 1, but when motel 1 paid the parking fee, the enthusiastic brother at the front desk said it was okay. He paid the parking fee and gave the ticket. The parking fee is much cheaper than the designated parking lot of the hotel. Piece
My partner and I stayed at this hotel in October of 2021. It was centrally located, though in the middle of a massive construction site, which we didnt expect! It barely mattered, but was a bit of a hassle as far as the cab/car situation (we parked our rented car nearby and took cabs/the subway around the city, anyway). The place itself is loony tunes - the Swan King theme is alive and well and there are quirky objects, furniture, decor everywhere you look. Our room was fine - very minimalist-cool with and also VERY DARK. The walls were painted black/navy (?) and we faced an internal courtyard - and several overhead lights were out. The staff immediately brought us temporary lamps (and fixed the overhead lights the next day), but even so. It was a mood, and we got it, but just FYI... Other than that, all was fine! Clean, pretty comfortable (tho NOT cozy), very central.
We were looking for a convenient hotel to visit various parts of town and we sure found one. Hotel has a parking garage, so we just left the car there for all five days and followed a suggestion of the young receptionist, who suggested to buy a public transportation multi-day pass for all four of us. The tram stop was just outside a few steps away and it took us everywhere where we wanted or needed to go. There was even the oldest brewery Augustiner Bier Garden within walking distance as an added bonus to our visit. Hotel has clean and efficient rooms, excellent breakfast and above all, very friendly and helpful staff. Will stay here again next time!
The hotel is four stations away from the central railway station, and the transportation is convenient. The hotel is about 100 meters away from the subway station. There are several bus lines in front of the hotel. There are many types of cheese, ham, and bread for breakfast.
There are three days to left Salzburg, the hotel can store luggage for free.
The hotel is located 2 minutes from U-Bahn station Theresienwiese, very close to Oktoberfest venue, and 20 minutes easily on foot to Marienplatz. For the price we paid you will not find a better one in the central area of Munich. The room was ready before noon when we arrived. While reading other guests' comments, I wonder if we stayed at the same hotel? Some of the guests complained that they were freezing, sleeping with their coats over blankets – however it was quite the opposite! Because of these comments I took my warmest pyjamas with me that I did not wear at all, as it was very warm in the room (we stayed 5 nights in December). The radiators can be adjusted manually as you please, from cold to super warm! Some other said they had only one towel per person, we had two and one for the floor, and they were changed whenever we threw them on the shower floor. Room was cleaned daily, and it was quite large, with nice seating area, perfectly quiet (our room was facing the yard, 3rd floor), with comfy beds, super Wi-Fi (very strong signal). It is not luxurious, but nothing was lacking in the room (even the hairdryer was there, obviously other complaining guests could not find it, as it was in the desk drawer). Breakfast was standard and decent, the only minus for us was the lack of scrambled eggs. Staff was very nice and helpful and I would recommend this place without hesitation!
The environment is good, the bathroom is not big, the use is quite convenient, the breakfast is better, the lack of air conditioning, the room is very hot during the day, only a small fan, the room TV is small, it seems that some are not used to it.
The internal environment of the hotel is good and the breakfast is very rich. Before going to bed, I found the room window was locked and it was noisy to close it. Called the room service, the other party said to send someone to deal with it, and then lost the following. German rigor, maybe just a legend, this review is not only for this hotel, haha😄
We stayed for 4 nights from July 14 and on a business trip. This hotel is "at home" if it is good, and "simplicity" if it is bad. There is only the minimum necessary to sleep (mineral water is also paid). However, if you don't ask for too high requirements, even services, there is no problem at all. The breakfast buffet was only the minimum thing, but it was delicious. Especially homemade pickles are the best. It is about 20 minutes by taxi to Marienne Square in the tourist center of Munich, and it is very good because it is 2 stations in the subway, but I think it was good that it was not so much around. The restaurant is also substantial within 10 minutes walk.
The hotel was cozing and had good accomodations. Although not too modern, the room was equipped with everything we needed and had great acoustics. Parking in the surroundings was not very easy depending on the moment of the day. Breakfast was nice, with variety of food and typically German food included. The staff was nice but not very welcoming. The neighborhood was not very near to the city center, but that worked out really good for us, since we got to experience the local life.
We stayed in this hotel from 26/12 to 30/12 2 adults + 1 child. Arrived on 26 the reception after 16 was closed and they send us a pin to remove the keys from an external electronic cassette at the entrance of the hotel. Take the key n.302 we enter the lift and we notice that the third floor We are looking for the room that, after several inspections, we find it at the back of the entrance through a close path alongside a gasoline distributor. We must say that the room was large, clean and all the comforts needed were available. We had to go out for breakfast and reach the main entrance; breakfast was not very much provided, especially with regard to the sweet (small cornets and small sizes). To be a very good reception staff member's availability when he comes to the hotel at 22.30 to give us double keys because those in the room we forgot them in the morning of the same day. Great price ratio for comfort and location (a 2 steps from Grosshader stop metro line U6 if you arrive at Marienplatz with S8 from the airport). Good!!!
We stayed here after staying at the Mercure Ost Messe before. This was more expensive, probably because it is in a slightly better looking area and public transport to Munich is easy. We paid 12.80 EUR for 2 of us to have unlimited public transport for a day in Munich, aswell as travelling around Bavaria. There is free parking at the side of the hotel, which fills up, but the garage costs loads if you use it. Nice hotel, good rooms, good nights sleep, excellent breakfast.
Two good things about this hotel are an attractive room rate and a truly awesome breakfast buffet. Rilano 24/7 is a budget wing of a Rilano Resort and Conference hotel, one of a small chain of eight upscale houses. It is located on Munich´s north-eastern city limit in a green neighbourhood of apartment buildings mixed with business offices. Downtown is some 40 minutes away by bus and U-Bahn. My room was a solid 2-star affair. Any attempt to present it above that level would be, in my opinion, wishful thinking. It was small, Spartan, and had a colour palette with a strong prevalence of dark brown hues. My biggest issue with the room was that it was HOT. There is no AC in the budget wing. I arrived at the end of a brief warm weather streak and the room felt like a hothouse. It remained unpleasantly warm even after outside temperature dropped to around 15 degrees C. Keeping the horizontal slit of a window wide open helped, although tourist buses parked in the street right below were sometimes a bit of a nuisance. At night, however, it was hardly a solution at all. The bed´s headboard was placed right under the window and even when it was only tipped open, my head got, so to speak, in the wind. Speaking of the bed, I generally do prefer firm beds, but in this case the mattress was hard as a wooden board. Pillows were kind of OK despite having some lumpy stuff as filling. The bathroom was equipped with a rather narrow half-tub instead of a shower cubicle. It made showering a bit of a balancing act. An antiquated water screen made of two glass panels wobbled at the hinges, with one of the fittings finally coming completely off. The washbasin drain was clogged when I checked in and could be finally fixed by a hotel plumber after some two days of tinkering. Last but not least, on returning once after a full day´s work I found the door of my room ajar. Surprise… Even next morning the hotel couldn´t offer any specific explanation for this incident beyond a vague hypothesis involving a forgetful cleaner, or may be plumber. Not that I was particularly worried, after all we were in Munich and not in some high-crime area, but all things considering, at check-out the room rate didn´t seem quite like a bargain anymore. The breakfast, on the other hand, passed its daily test with flying colours, it stayed as good as it gets.
The location is very good, very close to the Deutsches Museum, passing through a green belt and a very beautiful river. And even walking to Munich city centre and Marianne Square is 20-30 minutes. And the separation of a river makes the hotel very quiet. And next to the hotel is an Audi 4S shop, you can go in and see the price of Audi in Germany, haha But I have to say that the conditions inside the room are really average. I am giving the room type with a loft inside the top floor. The bedroom was very small, and I could only put down a bed. I was very happy to see that the bedroom was pushed out and there was a large terrace. But then I found that the terrace was completely connected to the next door, which was not in line with the Chinese people’s habits. It also makes people feel unsafe. The air conditioning in the room is almost equal to the display, plus a few days just arrived in Munich, the sun is shining, it is very hot. So it is difficult to sleep at night. I don't know if it is only the top floor room type. This is an apartment-style hotel with a kitchen in the room. If you want to cook for yourself, it is very convenient. I don't know what it is. In the few days we stayed, we saw that almost half of the tourists in the hotel were Indians. The room area was full of curry.
I booked my room with my Accor loyalty points and was delighted to receive an upgrade and a free breakfast offer for the week end. When checking in, the young lady on the front desk was very kind and confirmed that we will get free breakfast. I especially asked if we are staying 3 nights do we only get 2 breakfasts free? She replyed, no we have 3 free breakfasts. Great. We had a pleasant stay, though because of the low number of staff, sometimes it is close to impossible to communicate with anybody. As I had an online check in with € 150 blocked on my credit card, I was very disappointed on departure when a different young lady on the front desk demanded payment for 2 breakfasts. I told her, that I was told we have all 3 breakfasts free. She that is not true because we only have 2. I told her again that her colleague informed us differently, but she was quite rude about this. Anyway as my money was blocked and we had to leave I left. I am now waiting to see what happens and have not heard from the hotel since. The renovated room upgrade was a nice surprise but the check out was a big disapointing finish to our stay.
A Mercure hotel always fits the brand standards. Stay simple and offer the basis necessity. Getting here was simple from Munich airport as I took the Lufthansa bus and later a connecting subway. I checked late evening around 9. The receptionist was prompt, organized and quick. The decor of the hotel is very fancy, stylish with various paintings of past female royals on each room door and many others on the wall... My room was very cosy and had everything I needed as a business traveller. Well planned rooms with Various power and USB ports. The 4th floor though is not for travelers with heavy/too many luggage or physically challenged as the elevators access is only till 3rd floor. The lobby area serves breakfast and this was kept simple and exactly what is required to start the day full of energy... Small but smart option for making your own healthy cereal bowl. Plus they had local bread and sausages speciality. Area to highlight: Housekeeping service didn’t replenish tea/coffee station. Plus it was surprising for them to change my dry towel after day 1 as Going by the sustainability program of Accor this was strange and also as I had kept it folded in one corner. Another focus to ensure periodic checks are made for specific stations as Honey display offering 3 type had 2 empty bottles. I guess a weekly task.. A hotel I Surely recommend to business travelers visiting Munich as not only my stay was comfortable but the area is well connected with trams, bus and other transport, plus many decent restaurants in the surrounding.
This is a very cost-effective European hotel, the same price, better than the Marriott next door. First of all, the location is very convenient. It is 300 meters on foot from the subway station. The Lufthansa Express Bus at the airport is also at the entrance of the subway station. It can be 10 Euros from here to the airport, 15 minutes. The room was very good, I stayed in a superior room, but the facilities were great and new. There is a capsule coffee machine, there is a glass bottle of water (with a gas without a gas), there are bathrobe slippers, the towel is very thick. The room is very soundproof and the curtains are perfect. Room attendants are well trained and not as cold as most hotels. Book breakfast at the front desk for 26 Euros at check-in, which is a few dollars cheaper than direct signing. There are many kinds of fruits, a lot of fruits, and a handsome little brother will make you an egg roll.
I traveled Germany for 2 weeks. My last stop was Munich. During the trip I mostly stayed in A&O hostels which is one the cheaper side (€45 vs €80 for a single room). Well for what difference are you paying? A more international vibe with more educated travelers, in A&0 hostels I have met construction workers who were working and just looked for the cheapest accommodation available. While in Wombat it were people who were traveling just like me and had full-time jobs as a teacher, accountant, urban planner, journalist or as a project manager. Nothing wrong with construction workers though, I enjoined my drinks with them as much as enjoined my drinks with the wombats residents. But if you are looking to meet equally minded people you are better off in the wombat hostel. The kitchen and lounge area were very clean. This was during covid times, occupancy rate was low, and they tried to separate the guest as much as possible, so if you paid for a 10 person dorm room you could be the only person in it. At the private room I had a big sunny terrace and a twin bed who was cleaned every day. Unfortunate the WiFi didn't reached my room. When the sun was out it could get very hot in my room. Note that during my stay the bar was closed for covid reasons. To replace this they placed a fridge at the reception were you could buy a beer for €2 each. And in the lounge area we could drink and chat with other guest untill 0h00. About the staff: most were very friendly and tried to go the extra mile for you. One night we had to stop drinking in the lounge area and were moved friendly to the closed bar. But two days after with someone else manning the night shift this wasn't possible anymore. The neighborhood is great since I traveled by train. There is a supermarket at the train station which is open 24/24. There is also a cheaper option called Lidl nearby. Munich is big and expect to need to walk for at least a half hour if you want to see other attractions like English garden. One last note 5 nights in Munich is probably to long. There is a lot to see but I would recommend only a 3 day stay.
At first you may wonder where you ended up when you see the street on which this hotel is located. It may not feel like the very best but let this not fool you. Inside there is a really great place with clean nice rooms, nice lobby and a cozy backyard. The staff are fantastic and a great asset as they take their job seriously and provide guests with great tips and advice. Another of the things we especially appreciated was that there was a free minibar in the rooms. It was hot in Munich when we visited and therefore it felt good to just be able to rest after a day out in the city and at the same time cool off with something from the fridge. The hotel is basically next to the main train station and this is very convenient considering the connections to the airport and at the same time close to sights, bars and restaurants.
Very happy with our stay. a couple on a honeymoon across xmas/new year. The helpful and professional staff was the highlight of our stay. Room are spacious, clean and what you would exspect for any 3-4 star hotel. Location is absolutely amazing, we couldnt believe everytime we googled a resteruant, bar, oval, train, it was all withing 5-10min walking from the hotel. plus we walked across the road for 2min from the main munich train HBF station. the best location ever. 5 STAR HIGHLY RECOMMEND IT. Very good value too
The rooms are big and stunned, 3 times more than the average room. There is a sofa and there is a min kitchen. The restaurant is good around. Basically impeccable. Is the location is relatively biased, from the Reim and U2 subway station, walking 20 minutes, or transfer to the bus. There is also a supermarket within a 10-minute walk.
The hotel is next to the Central Railway Station and there is a DM nearby, which is very convenient for eating and shopping. There are many rooms, but the rooms are small, the breakfast is great, there are many breads, drinks and sausages to choose from. In addition, it is very convenient to go to the airport. Turn left at the hotel and you can get to the airport by bus.
I have stayed several times at this hotel. Over the years I noticed a slow decline in the running of the hotel. Booking: I tried to book early but had to phone and email about 6 times to get a reply. When the owner once answered she argued that I was phoning early and there was amble time. I needed to book both hotel and flight so had to book both together. She complained about not being able to recruit staff and that it was expensive to get the right staff. When we arrived, we found the heater in the bathroom was not functioning, the shower railing had a part which kept on falling off every morning and one of the bulbs in the bathroom was burnt. The safe door was closed and could not be opened. I brought these problems to the attention of the desk and kept on getting an answer that I needed to insert my door card in the card slot. When you enter the room, you need to place your card in a reader to switch your room lights on but no other card slot existed. Though I informed staff of this nothing was done, so we went over a week without any hearing in the bathroom. The safe, we were told could not be opened. I need the safe because I like to place my passports etc. in it. A few years ago, at the same hotel, a few things went missing and this problem was addressed by a box of chocolates from the owner !!. A safe did exist but it does not work ! The room lightbulb also burnt out during our stay but this was immediately addressed. Getting a table in the morning for breakfast is next to impossible especially over the weekend. The only positive point I find is Ms. Desiree who is the breakfast room manager and who manages this with perfection. She is not to blame for the lack of space. She is an exceptional manager, has a positive attitude and a very good working relationship with her other kitchen staff. We have known one of the night receptionists who is also a wonderful man, he has been there for some years now. We cannot fault other staff but notice that, for some reason, there is a high turnover of staff members. In the past I have written positively about this hotel but unfortunately my opinion has changed. The only positive points which remain are central location of the hotel, the breakfast, and Ms. Desiree who is wonderful to all guests. Negative points are most definitely the owner who is rude and arrogant and the small rooms and the sardine-can bathrooms. On many nights we heard loud noise ? from the adjacent ****** or cinema.
The hotel is within 10 minutes from the Central Railway Station, the location is ok, the hotel facilities are relatively old, especially the beds and bedding. Although the breakfast is not particularly rich, there should be everything, especially the green apple ravioli every day, favorite!
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